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SOTIF (Safety of Intended Function) - ISO 21448

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For advanced driving assistant systems (ADAS) and automated driving, the safety of the intended functionality (SOTIF) is a very important complement to functional safety.

While functional safety addresses the integrity of electrical and/or electronic (E/E) systems within road vehicles, SOTIF deals with the minimization of risk from insufficiencies of functional performance and robustness.

Participate in this Advanced training course to gain the necessary expertise for the new ISO 21448:2022 dealing with "Safety of the Intended Functionality" (SOTIF)

  • Our SOTIF training provides insight into the implementation of the of safety of the intended function (SOTIF) according to the public available specification ISO 21448, and the relation to the ISO 26262 standard.

  • The SOTIF training includes examples and short exercises with focus to the field of highly automated driving.
     

Benefits

This "ISO 21448 Advanced Training" course is a supplement to the "ISO 21448 Basic Training" and an extension of the existing ISO 26262 training courses. The performance of the safety-relevant functions is explained in more detail here.

  • This SOTIF training provides an insight into the implementation of the "Safety of the Intended Function" (SOTIF) according to the ISO 21448 specification and the relationship to the ISO 26262 standard.

  • The SOTIF training includes examples and short exercises with a focus on the field of highly automated driving

Content

Amongst others the training covers the following topics:

  • Analysis and evaluation of risk imposed by the intended function

  • Identification and provisions regarding triggering events during system development

  • Ways to evaluate misuse and adequate precautions

  • Specification of the intended function and evaluation of functional architectures

  • Validation strategies to support the argumentation towards SOTIF

  • Discussion of issues regarding derivation of validations targets

  • Approaches to argue the achievement of overall risk targets

  • Relation and combination of the SOTIF (ISO 21448) and functional safety (ISO 26262)

Duration 
1-Day

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